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Civil Engineering Technology: Construction Management [New Brunswick Community College, NBCC]

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New Brunswick Community College

If a hard hat and building big stuff is for you, consider our two-year Civil Engineering Technology: Construction Management program. Take an in-depth look at construction principles and practices, equipment and management-related topics. Our on-the-job practicum readies you to assist in planning, organizing, directing, controlling and evaluating construction projects. Manage blueprints, contract documents and budget from start to finish, and according to schedule. Your first year of training covers the basics of building engineering technology.

Civil Engineering Technology: Building Systems [New Brunswick Community College, NBCC]

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New Brunswick Community College

It’s what makes a building more than just a box. From electrical, lighting, heating and air conditioning, to alarms and fire and water protection services, our two-year Civil Engineering Technology: Building Systems program covers everything that makes a building more than a shell. Learn exciting skills to assist in the design of mechanical systems for residential and commercial buildings. While your first year covers the basics of building engineering technology, year two moves into mechanical and electrical systems, architectural drawings, structural and industrial designs.

Plumbing [New Brunswick Community College, NBCC]

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New Brunswick Community College

Get to the core of water and drainage systems. If you want to learn to stop leaking faucets and install water systems, the Plumbing program is for you. You learn how to assemble, install and repair pipes, fixtures and fittings used for water distribution and drainage systems in buildings. As you gain experience in the use of hand and power tools, you work from basic blueprints to layout, and install a complete plumbing system including a water supply network, hot water facilities, sewage systems, drainage piping and plumbing fixtures, according to existing building codes.

Fuels Technician [New Brunswick Community College, NBCC]

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New Brunswick Community College

As natural gas, propane or oil become more popular in homes and industry, the booming resource needs capable hands to install it. Are you interested in working in the field of natural gas, propane or oil? Then our two-year Fuels Technician program may be for you. Fuels Technicians are responsible for work related to the installation, operation, maintenance, inspection and repair of systems related to the distribution or consumption of natural gas, propane or oil. To work as a Fuels Technician, you must be licensed in the field of natural gas, propane or Oil Burner Mechanic (OBM).

Electrical: Industrial [New Brunswick Community College, NBCC]

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New Brunswick Community College

As an Industrial Electrician, you install, maintain, test, troubleshoot and repair industrial electrical equipment and associated electrical and electronic controls. The Industrial Electrician must be willing to work in a hands-on environment, as well use software for troubleshooting and calibration of equipment. Considerable time will be spent programming and troubleshooting equipment using computer software. This is a 40 week pre-employment program and you will be able to challenge the Apprenticeship Block 1 Examination at the end of the academic year.

Welding Technology [New Brunswick Community College, NBCC]

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New Brunswick Community College

Become familiar with inspection and production in the Welding Technology program. This program trains you to be a specialist or supervisor in the welding field. As a graduate, your main areas of responsibility will be the effective communication and application of welding technology and quality control procedures developed by welding and design engineers. You will have a sound background in welding inspection, quality control, production procedures and metallurgical principles. In the first year of the program, you are trained in the basics of welding and steel fabrication.

Welding [New Brunswick Community College, NBCC]

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New Brunswick Community College

Welding is more than simply fusing two pieces of metal together with a soldering iron. This program trains you with a technical understanding of arc welding, welding safety, arc welding power sources, electrode classifications and selection. Our Welding program is designed to train you for the job market and prepare you to continue development through apprenticeship. Once you graduate, you’ll have the necessary practical skills to take a variety of job tests needed to work in the welding trade.

Marine Diesel Mechanics [New Brunswick Community College, NBCC]

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New Brunswick Community College

If you are mechanically inclined and want to open the door to a number of motive options, our one-year Marine Diesel Mechanics program provides you with the skills and knowledge to install, repair and maintain major mechanical components of commercial crafts, with particular reference to diesel engines. If you have an interest in working with mechanical equipment, machines, vehicles, boats or small engines, this program is for you.

Heavy Equipment Service Technician [New Brunswick Community College, NBCC]

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New Brunswick Community College

If you would like the ability to work anywhere and use your mechanical aptitude, the Heavy Equipment Service Technician program is for you. You learn to diagnose, repair, adjust, overhaul, maintain, operate and test mobile, heavy duty off-road equipment. As a Heavy Equipment Technician, you will possess a full range of knowledge, ability and skill that is transferrable across a number of industries.

Process Control Technicians [New Brunswick Community College, NBCC]

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New Brunswick Community College

As the energy sector begins to grow, employment availability grows and Process Control Technicians are on the forefront. This program is designed to train you to analyze, adjust and optimize process units and equipment in industrial facilities. Courses and lab work in thermodynamics, applied chemistry, instrumentation and controls and electrical devices prepare you for work in a processing plant environment. In the first year of the program you learn fundamental technician skills and develop an essential academic background.

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